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1877 – St Patrick’s Catholic Church, Belfast

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Architect: Timothy Hevey

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Built between 1874-7 and modelled on SS. Augustine & John on Thomas Street in Dublin, St Patrick’s has a fine spire floating over a large recessed arch enclosing the portal, arcades and a fine rose window. The arch expresses the inner volume of the church behind the spire.

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